Five Days Left: Hawaiʻi Residents Asked to Help Develop UH Strategic Plan

July 17, 2022, 12:00 PM HST
* Updated July 17, 10:25 AM
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The University of Hawaiʻi is working on a strategic plan for the future and is asking all Hawaiʻi residents for their input.

UH is asking residents interested in the future of the 10-campus system to participate in a short survey. The community survey, which will be available through midnight Friday, July 22, is a critical component to the UH Strategic Plan 2023-29 initiative and takes less than five minutes to complete.

Click here to participate.

The UH Strategic Plan 2023-29 initiative builds upon the UH Third Decade Report, the UH Strategic Directions 2015-21 and UH post-pandemic plans, which focused on what Hawaiʻi needs most from its public higher education system going forward. The community input will be incorporated into the first draft of the UH Strategic Plan 2023-29, which is expected in September. At that time, all members of the community will be invited to provide comments and suggestions.

A final draft is expected to go to the UH Board of Regents for approval in November.


The community survey follows a recent survey of UH students, faculty, staff and administrators and several virtual town halls. It is being administered by SMS Research and Marketing Services Inc.

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